OPPO launched a good-sounding pair of headphones on a budget in the Philippines, the Enco M31.
The key highlight of the OPPO Enco M31 is its LDAC Audio coding and Hi-Res Audio wireless certification, which we rarely see in budget wireless earphones.
Available in Black and Green/Gold accents, the Enco M31 features a neckband design with liquid silicone in-ear tips, similar to the OPPO Enco Q1. It’s also IPX5 that’s resistant to sweat and water.
Enabling its bass-y and crisp audio is its 9.2mm speaker drivers. It also comes with AI-powered noise reduction for clear voice pick-up on calls.
When not in use, each bud sticks together with magnets, which also automatically shuts off the device to save battery.
The base on the left houses the multifunction button, volume controls, and the built-in microphone. OPPO claims that the battery can last for up to 12 hours, with a quick 10-minute charge already providing 3 hours of music.
You can now get the OPPO Enco M31 for a price of Php1,990 at the company’s official stores in Lazada and Shopee.